The Government Architect’s bicentenary takes place at a time of momentous change as NSW, like the rest of Australia and indeed the world, faces the challenge of creating a sustainable future, particularly in the cities and towns where most of us work, live, learn and play. What sort of places do we want our cities and towns to be? How can we achieve that?
Recent research shows that Australians want good design and understand the consequences of a poorly designed built environment. How do we honour this ambition for better quality in the design of our cities and towns?
To give shape to this debate, the NSW Office of the Government Architect presents GA200+, a program of forums, workshops and discussions in Sydney and around NSW. The events are designed for government, industry, academics and the public to engage in a conversation about how we can collectively deliver a great built environment for the public good in the years ahead.